Corporate Law, Insolvency & Restructuring

About Kuno Cerutti

Kuno Cerutti joined John van Diepen and Arthur van de Kroef, who at the time were practising law in Purmerend, in 1989. He opened the Hoorn office in 1992, where he has been a partner since 1994, with Arthur van de Kroef. A versatile lawyer, he represents shareholders, directors and business owners in negotiations, disputes and proceedings. He has a keen eye for business realities alongside the strictly legal aspects. He assists companies and institutions that have run into financial or organisational difficulties. Kuno is regularly appointed as a trustee in bankruptcies and he advises companies seeking to acquire assets from bankruptcy through a relaunch.

Kuno was a member of the Board of Representatives of the Netherlands Bar and is a member of the bankruptcy committee of the Noord-Holland District Court. Within our firm, he shares responsibility for the financial operations. At home, in the world heritage village of Middenbeemster, he enjoys being in the kitchen.

Areas of law / specialisms

Corporate Law
Financial insolvency and restructuring
attorney, partner
Lawyer since
Areas of law
Corporate Law, Insolvency & Restructuring


  • Law at Utrecht University
  • Insolvency Law specialist course at the Grotius Academie
  • Financial Economics for trustees at the Grotius Academie

Examples of work

  • Bankruptcy of Music Store B.V.
  • Bankruptcy of Zeeman Architecten B.V.
  • Bankruptcy of Grafiplan Nederland B.V.
  • Moratorium of payments for Sinus Bobe Medemblik B.V.
  • Bankruptcy of Breedijk Trans Autotransport B.V.
  • Moratorium of payments and bankruptcy of Motel Den Helder B.V.
  • Moratorium of payments and bankruptcy of Jongert Jachtbouw B.V.
  • Bankruptcy of Spiro Ships B.V.
  • Bankruptcy of de Gier & Bezaan jachtbouw B.V.
  • Relaunch of Dutch Yacht Builders B.V.

Memberships and ancillary activities

  • Insolad
  • Guest lecturer at InHolland and the Netherlands Bar

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